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Timma or Tint mala :  Timms, who was the most distin-
guished of his sons rose to prominence.

While Tirnrnalarajendra. was holding court being *e;ited
on the throne, the whole court-hall was illuminated l>y his
jewels, which were presented to him by the Lord of Karnata,

Lak&mlpatii  He caused several times  laJ:?a-puja   to be
performed  to  Siva  and  Yisnu: and had th* poem,
Carita dedicated to himself,

Poet 5 Mallana :  * Your grandfather a;:d great-grandfather,
Errana and Mallana having obtained gold arid other ornaments
from Saluva Narasimha and the Grajapatis shone brightly'.

at I  15, IS, 19, 37, S8, 39, 46.

209.    CENXAPPA NAYABU, THE GEANBSOtf OF
NI TIMMA NAYADU.

Velugoti Cenuappa Xaya^u having persistently attacked
Grandikota and other forts captured them. Placing himself at
the head of the manne chiefs he opposed boldly an army of
Kntapana Malata in battle nnd having increased the fiood of
the river Penna with streams of the newly shed blood of the
ever-vigilant, and cruel Muhanimadans, he presented to ids
master the damsel 01 victory.

210.    YACAMA.

Yacama entered the forts of Kandanavoltl, Ghitti,
kota,   Golko^da,   Makkha,   Kondavtdu,   TJdayadri,    Kellore,
Orukallu, Katakam, Delhi, and Kasikapiiri (I) *.

211.    VENKA.TA H AND HIS REBELLIOUS SUBORDINATES.
During the reign of Srirangaraya, G-opalaraja, a descendant
of Ramaraja of Kandanavolu, was governing
*It Is absurd to say th*t Y2ca etr*d u^i f*r off pUc*
This vtrs appears to be later interpolation.
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